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Our first-ever HR Factbook provides a unique look at HR budgets, staffing and resource allocations - demonstrating how much HR organizations are spending, as well as how they are spending their budget dollars.
& Associates first-ever HR Factbookprovides
a unique look at HR budgets, staffing, and resource allocations. The
report contains extensive market analysis and detailed benchmarks, as well as real
world examples and cases-in-point.
The study, conducted in
partnership with HR Executive magazine, includes data from approximately
300 HR organizations. The report is a must-have for HR executives who
want to benchmark their organizations and establish key efficiency
report provides answers to the following questions:
have HR budgets and staffing changed over the past year?
are HR organizations investing their resources today?
HR services are companies outsourcing?
do spending and resource allocations change as organizations mature their HR
is the impact of HR maturity on employee turnover, engagement, productivity,
and other talent metrics?
The HR Factbook breaks down
HR investments in staff salaries, systems, and outsourced services. In addition, the study looks at spending by
type of initiative: core services, talent management, and strategic HR
services. Detailed data on each metric
is provided by company size.
study also compares spending and resource allocations across HR organizations at
different stages of maturity. This data provides valuable guidance to HR
executives to determine the appropriate investments for their particular
organizations. The analysis profiles
differences in talent metrics across maturity levels – including turnover,
productivity, and engagement – to demonstrate the impact of HR maturity on the